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Omega Coffee Collective

Burundi Summer Berry

Burundi Summer Berry

Regular price $32.00
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NOTE: For pre-ground coffee please make an order note at checkout 

TASTING NOTES Strawberry Jam | Raspberry | Honey | Floral 

Introducing our first ever coffee offering from Burundi, and it's truly a gem! This naturally processed coffee boasts a clean, bright, and fruit-forward profile. Experience delightful berry flavors with hints of strawberry jam and raspberry. As the cup cools, subtle notes of honey and delicate florals emerge, creating a bright yet balanced experience. This exceptional coffee from East Africa showcases the remarkable quality Burundi has to offer.

This coffee performs equally well as a filter or espresso offering. 

Our coffees do not contain natural or artificial flavorings. The listed tasting notes are the flavors the coffee naturally gives off. Our proprietary roasting methods help to enhance these flavors and the coffee’s natural sweetness.

THE OMEGA PROMISE: Love every cup or your money back!

Origin: Burundi
Region: Kayanza Province 
Producer: 858 Mutana Hill Farmers organized by Long Miles Washing station
Processing: Natural
Variety: Bourbon
Elevation: 2100

For best results please allow 5 days of off gassing after roast date before consumption


Brew Device: Orea V3

18g of medium coffee (3 on Fellow Ode V2 / 375 microns)

300g of water heated to 205° 


1. Rinse filter with hot water

2. Discard rinse water

3. Add 18g of coffee

4. 0:00 Spiral Pour 60g of water to bloom coffee and swirl coffee bed

5. 0:30 Center Pour 80g of water

6. 1:00 Center Pour 80g of water

7. 1:30 Spiral Pour 80g of water 

Goal Finish Time: 2:20 - 2:35


1:2.5 Ratio / 18g ground coffee in 45g liquid espresso out

35-38 second shot time including a 7 second pre-infusion

205° water temperature

For best results combine this espresso shot with at least 2oz of your preferred milk. Increased amounts of milk will tame the espresso acidity and yield a richer and silkier beverage. 


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